Students

Environmental Science and Policy

The undergraduate degree in Environmental Science & Policy (ESP) is a Bachelor of Science degree. This unique interdisciplinary program incorporates courses from various colleges across the University. Although there are courses in the core of ESP, the degree also offers students the opportunity to choose an area of concentration. The curriculum has two sub concentrations, one in environmental science and one in environmental policy. Students in both concentrations take supporting courses in physical and natural science, statistics, policy, and ethics. In addition, students select electives to strengthen their knowledge within their concentration. Seniors complete a research project or perform an internship in one of a variety of government agencies or private companies. Please note that some careers below will require further education.

Related Career Titles:

Air Pollution Analyst
Air/Water Quality Manager
Chemical Technician
Conservation Agent
Environmental Consultant
Environmental Educator
Environmental Engineer
Environmental Impact Analyst
Environmental Lawyer
Environmental Planner
EPA Analyst or Statistician
Forest Scientist
Hazardous Waste Manager
Hydrologists
Journalist
Ocean Technician
Park Ranger
Public Health Educator
Research Assistant
Soil Scientist
Toxicologist

Related Links in Environmental Science and Policy:

Eco Jobs
National Association for Environmental Management
National Recreation and Park Association
National Association of Environmental Professionals
Tampa Bay Association of Environmental Professionals

Where else can I find information?

USF Department of Geography, Environment and Planning
Occupational Outlook Handbook
O*Net Online